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Multicultural Counseling in a Multitheoretical Context: New Applications for Practice
Multicultural counseling in a multitheoretical context: New applications for practice
Jeff E.Harris

When conducting counseling or psychotherapy with clients from diverse ethnocultural groups, it is essential to consider how their cultural background will impact the therapeutic process. Using the Skills Identification Model originally developed by Parham (2002), the authors of earlier chapters in this book have done an admirable job of describing ways that culture can be addressed throughout the process of psychotherapy. By identifying culture-based skills for four distinct groups and throughout six stages of psychotherapy, the Skills Identification Stage Model (SISM) has become a powerful tool for guiding counselors and psychotherapists through the process of working with culturally diverse clients (Chapter 1, this volume). This ...

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